Schitt’s Creek is one of the most clever, funny and heartfelt shows that’s ever appeared on TV/streaming platforms/the entire world’s consciousness.
Co-created by son and father Daniel and Eugene Levy, the show started small but grew into a zeitgeist dominating and ward-heavy sitcom hit, the sort of show that possesses a quirky, silliness while also also being incisively intelligent in its sharp observations of hierarchy, human nature and the way in which we allow empty social notions to colour actual meaningful social interaction, and rarely for the better.
While the show finished in 2020, it remains very much fixed in peoples’ hearts, mind and viewing habits, and so it’s only fitting that it gets an official coffee table book which is going to cover a lot of ground as Entertainment Weekly beautifully details in a first look at the upcoming October 2021 release.
“The tome will include character profiles, including for Johnny Rose (Eugene), Moira Rose (Catherine O’Hara), David Rose (Dan), and Alexis Rose (Annie Murphy).
“The pages will also highlight major moments from the six-season show, from Moira’s endorsement of Herb Ertlinger Winery, the first kiss shared between Patrick (Noah Reid) and his future husband David, Moira’s local production of Cabaret, and the Rose family Christmas episode.
” … Best Wishes, Warmest Regards will pay tribute to David’s knits and Moira’s wigs with “complete, illustrated catalogs” of both. (Finally!) Other special features include sections on Moira’s one-of-a-kind lexicon, Alexis’s many outlandish adventures with celebrities, and behind-the-scenes moments with the cast.”
Schitt’s Creek is currently screening internationally on Netflix.